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    The State Press newspaper online

    About The State Press English online newspaper : The State Press newspaper is English language newspaper in USA. It is giving news on politics, headines, flash flash news, educational news, international related news, tourism news, news on business articles , entertainment related news, editorials, health & beauty news, news on crime, International business news, Top stories, events, Travel news, study news.

    Geolocation: USA Arizona

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    Language English
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    More about The State Press newspaper : The State Press is Arizona State University's autonomous student-led media release. It was made a digital publication in August 2014. Every weekday until January 2013, a free newspaper was released and the print distribution was decreased to once a week. The publishing house announced that ASU Student Media will start to concentrate on a number of fresh digital products and unique print goods: ASU's history of being a "normal school" in Arizona, which made its beginning on 18 October 1890 in the University's first student journal, The Normal Echo.